Skip to content
Home » Burmese Praise And Worship Songs

Burmese Praise And Worship Songs

  • by

Burma is a country located in the Asian continent with an estimated population of 59 million people. It has an area of 676,578 km with a population density of 130 p/km². Its official language is Burmese and its capital is Naypyidaw . Burma became independent from the United Kingdom on 4 January 1948 . Its currency is the Kyat .

The people of Myanmar are the most peace-loving people on earth. They are also very simple, humble and easy going. They love to sing, dance and praise God in their own way. In this article you’ll see myanmar praise and worship songs lyrics and myanmar songs.

The music of Myanmar is basically a combination of two styles: the classical and contemporary style. In fact, there are many different styles that have been formed over the years in this country. The music is very diverse and has been influenced by many different cultures like Chinese and Indian music.

We are a group of people who believe that music is a gift from God, and we want to share that gift with others. We have been singing together for over ten years, and have been amazed at how God has used our music to change lives.

Our hope is that you will enjoy our songs, whether you’re listening in person or via this blog. We hope that our music will encourage you in your faith, as well as bring glory to God.

Burmese Praise And Worship Songs

Let me introduce Burmese praise and worship songs to you. Although our culture is different, we all come together in worship of the Lord. The Father loves us so much that he died on the cross for us. He gave his one and only son, so that whosoever believes in him shall not perish but have everlasting life.

# Feature Engineering

To build out a content recommendation model, we need to predict what each user will like by building features of each article they have read in the past (or interacted with).

In this section, we build out a few key features that can be used as input into our model:

  • Number of times an article was read (by a given user)
  • Time since last interaction (by a given user)
  • Number of articles read by a given user

Kanyar Zay Nandine

Kanyar Zay Nandine by MP3

Kanyar Zay Nandine is a song written and sung by Myint Myat Moe. The song, which was released in 2013, has received more than 6 million views on YouTube. It’s about God’s love for his creation and how he never abandons us even when we stray from the path of righteousness.

Lah Lah Lah Lah Lah

The song starts with a guitar melody, then moves into a very simple chord progression. The lyrics are in Burmese and can be translated as follows:

Lah Lah Lah Lah Lah Lah

We praise and worship You, O Lord.


Khristu Lae A Hpone(His Name Is Jesus)

Khristu Lae A Hpone(His Name Is Jesus)

Guitar Chords:

EADGBE: X32010, 222100, XX0232, 000033

Chord Chart for the song:

Nga Thaw Chit Yeh

  • Nga Thaw Chit Yeh
  • Lyrics:

Oh Lord, You are our God and Your name is great forever. You are the only one who can deliver us from all evil and trouble. We trust in you, we have no other hope but Jesus. You have done great things for me, Lord, what can I do for you? Oh Lord! My heart is filled with joy when I think about your faithfulness to me every day and night; I will lift up my hands because of who you are; oh Lord!

Myanmar Praise And Worship Songs Lyrics

Ni Ni Ni Ni Ni Ni Ni Ni Ni

Ni Ni Ni Ni Ni Ni Ni Ni Ni


Am7, Dmaj7, E7, G6/9, Cmaj7/9

Min Yaung Lan Khae Ya

Min Yaung Lan Khae Ya

Min yaung lan khae ya, nan htoo na ka ye bai ta ton lon sai chit na dauk ma,

Chit na dauk ma, nan htoo na ka ye bai ta ton lon sai chit na dauk ma,

Htaing naw nyin a u tawng naw thun mai chit na dauk ma.

Yahweh (Khin Hsu Wah Wah)

  • Yahweh (Khin Hsu Wah Wah)
  • Lyrics by Dr. Sait Maung
  • Music by Dr. Sait Maung
  • Album: Kya Ba Than Kyain Kyain Thay? (2007)
  • Single, duration: 4 minutes 27 seconds (4:27), genre: gospel song, album cover designer: Tha-Oo Soe Lwin, artist illustrator: Thar-Yin Soe Moe

Kan Taw Chi Khone Shin

Kan Taw Chi Khone Shin is a worship song. It was written by Aung Thura and sung by Nandine, who are both well-known worship leaders in Burma (Myanmar). The song has been very popular since its release in 1993 and has been used widely in church services throughout the country.

Myanmar Songs


There is an abundance of praise and worship music available online today. Some of it has a modern sound, and some is traditional. Regardless of the style, though, all Burmese praise songs have one thing in common: They come from a place of love for God and our fellow man. As Christians around the world continue to pray for Myanmar’s relief from COVID-19, I hope these beautiful songs will help you connect with His people even while they are struggling through this difficult time.

Join the conversation

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *